With tonight's rematch of Indiana vs. Kentucky, millions will tune into to see which basketball powerhouse is superior and how super freshman Anthony Davis will perform on the big stage. Originally a guard in high school, Davis grew eight inches in a year, which means, he's essentially a guard in a big man's body. His 6-foot-10 frame coupled with a 7-foot-4 wingspan and guard-like quickness makes him one of, if not, the most dangerous man in the tournament. Not to mention that ridiculous unibrow.
Ethan Sherwood Strauss of The Classical has an interesting take on Davis' revolutionary game. He refers to him as the archetypal shut-down four and says Davis can even eclipse Kevin Garnett as the new blueprint due to the L's inclusion of zone defenses.
No arguments on this end. Do you agree?
[via The Classical]